Dog hiding with terrible wound rescued

 In Blog, Hurt to Healed

Although Jupiter, a street dog, was hiding underneath the stairs of a house of strangers, his trusting response to his rescuers made us wonder if on some level he was just waiting for help. His sorrowful eyes told us everything we needed to know about his pain. We hurried him back to the hospital and onto the treatment table where we discovered that the wound on his neck–probably a dog bite infested with maggots–was actually even bigger than we had suspected. Debriding the wound, flushing, removing maggots and wrapping it snuggly with padded bandages would be the first of many days of treatment. But Jupiter seemed to know he was on the path of healing from the first touch by the rescue team. Meet Jupiter after six weeks of wound care. He’s definitely a new boy–and an angel through and through.

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  • MARCIA HANNA

    I love you with all my heart!!!
    God bless all of you
    Thank you very much!!!!

  • TRIXIE PETTMAN-SOUTH

    THEY ARE NOT ANIMALS, SOME HUMANS ARE. I REALLY LOVE WHAT THESE PEOPLE DO FOR THESE DOGS. I AM IN AUSTRALIA AND WONDER IF PEOPLE IN YOUR COUNTRY CARE AS MUCH FOR CATS. CHEERS TRIXIE

  • maggie geddes

    You are all my heroes for the way you can work miracles on the most appaling wounds with just the basic resources. You truly are wonderful human beings. I will donate again soon. God bless you all.

  • beatrice

    Merci pour ce que vous faite envers les animaux qui souffrent dans un pays où il y a déjà tant de misère humaine..

  • Elizabeth Bennett

    Wonderful work, as usual, by such an exceptional team!
    Special warm regards to the people who alert Animal Aid to the animals in distress!
    Without their compassion, these poor creatures would not get the help they desperately need.
    I love supporting your cause.

  • Debrah

    I think you people at AnimalAid are amazing. Thank you for loving them so much.

  • Francesca ausrin

    Such a privilege to donate to animal aid India. I will donate again this year.

  • Simon Nicklin

    God bless you all, truly wonderful people all of you that care for the animals.

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